Audrey Engren

Audrey Engren, 65, of Clear Lake, died unexpectedly February 11, 2011 at the St. Cloud Hospital.
Audrey Marie Engren was born May 10, 1945 in Glenwood, Minn. to Elvera
and John Selix, Sr. Her family later moved to Coon Rapids where she
lived her early years. On Aug. 14, 1965 she married Donald D. Engren.
They made their first home in Coon Rapids. They lived in Braham for a
couple of years and then moved to Blaine where they lived for 29 years.
In 2003 they moved to Clear Lake where they have since made their home.
Audrey’s love was her family, all of the family activities and spoiling
her grandchildren. She will be deeply missed.

Audrey was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Christine in 2002; by an infant sister; three brothers, Bud, John, Jr. and Dave Selix. She is survived by her husband, Donald of Clear Lake; daughter, Tammy (John) McCreery of Big Lake; son, Don of Blaine; four grandchildren, Lauren, Haley, Austin and Jacob; two brothers, Dewain (Char) Selix of Deer Creek, Mel (Jeanne) Selix of Isanti; one sister, Joice Selix of Blaine; and by many other relatives and friends.

A memorial service was held Feb. 15 at Strike Funeral Home – Isanti Chapel with Rev. Howard Skulstad officiating. Burial will be in the East Bradford Cemetery.

  • http://none Linda Lenard (Meyers)

    Hi My name is Linda Lenard. Maiden name-Meyers

    I made an error on the the first email I sent you. So I don’t know if it went through to you or not. I though I would try it again. And if you did , I apologize about the repeat. I just wanted to send you and your family my heart felt condolences for your loss of Audrey. I first heard about Audrey’s passing Friday, November 18th, 2011 on the internet. I have many wonderful memories about Audrey and her daughters Tammy and Christine and little Don. He was so cute at 10 ( not so little anymore). Audrey and Don would always welcome me into their home. I remember when Tammy invited me over for sleepovers and we, Tammy, Christine and myself, would sit in her room listening to music and reminisce about boys and school. Audrey would make her Chicken and Dumplings. I really loved that dish. Everything she made was delicious! I was blessed to get Christmas cards from Audrey for about 3 years. And she gave me that recipe. I also remember walking to Tammy’s Grandma’s house a few blocks away. What a sweet woman she was.
    I think of your family and I miss you all…Audrey, Don, Tammy, the late Christine, and little Don. I will always wish you all well. And I pray that God will continue to bless you now and forever.
    I know that God has lovingly welcomed Audrey into Heaven with open arms.
    God Bless you all.

    Sincerely, Linda Lenard